Business dominates Middle East agenda

Minister for Foreign Affairs Dermot Ahern’s four-day trip to the Middle East last week has been widely perceived as an opportunity, not just to talk about regional affairs, but to impart Irish expertise in peacemaking to the parties to the conflict i

3rd February, 2007

Minister for Foreign Affairs Dermot Ahern’s four-day trip to the Middle East last week has been widely perceived as an opportunity, not just to talk about regional affairs, but to impart Irish expertise in peacemaking to the parties to the conflict in the area.

Ahern’s visit to Egypt, Israel, Lebanon and the Palestinian Authority came at a time of high spirits over the chances of a revival of power-sharing in the North following...

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